How To Do Server Settings for SBCGlobal Email Account?


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SBCGlobal is a very old email service that is now functional as a subsidiary of AT&T Corporation. Working as a subsidiary, the original website for the SBCGlobal email service was shut down permanently, due to which we have to access it through third-party email clients for which we have to do various sbcglobal.net email server settings for that platform.

In order to set up and Configure Sbcglobal Email on iPhone or any other device, you need to do mail server settings that are monitored by IMAP, POP, and SMTP protocols. However, you need not worry about what these settings are, this article will enlighten you with all the necessary information about mail server settings.

Most of the time SBCGlobal Email Not Working on different devices when we choose the incorrect protocol to govern the incoming mail server. For incoming mail server management POP and IMAP are used.

POP does not do the two-way sync, meaning that it does not connect your email with the email server due to which you cannot use your email account on different device and other email clients, whereas IMAP does the two-way syncing by which we any changes made by us using one device in the email account will be reflected in all others. Thus, doing the correct sbcglobal.net email settings is very important.

Following are settings that can be used:

 

SETTINGS

INCOMING MAIL SERVER- IMAP

OUTGOING MAIL SERVER- SMTP

Server

imap.mail.att.net

smtp.mail.att.net

Port Number

993

465

Security

SSL/TLS

SSL/TLS

Username

Enter your SBCGlobal email address

Enter your SBCGlobal email address

Password

Password for your mentioned email address

Password for your mentioned email address

 

Sometimes after doing an SBCGlobal server setting, it will take time to update, you can wait or re-start your system. After doing these settings your email sending problem will automatically be solved.

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